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02 May

SECOND OPINION: Hummingbird by Tristan Hughes

Review on BookHugger Zachary Taylor, 15, lives with his father in the Canadian wilderness in a community that ......
01 May

The Man I think I Know by Mike Gayle

Review on BookHugger With so many books to choose from and so little time to read them all, ...
01 May

Lucy and Linh by Alice Pung

Review on BookHugger Apparently this jewel of a book was published a few years ago with a different ...
29 Apr

Tory Heaven or Thunder on the Right by Marghanita Laski

Review on BookHugger Marghanita Laski’s Tory Heaven or Thunder on the Right is one of the new Persephone titles for ......
29 Apr

Song Castle by Luke Waterson

Review on BookHugger I loved this book! It is 1176 in Wales – a time when Henry Plantagenet ...
28 Apr

Author meets Reviewer: Bonnie Pipkin meets Gill Chedgey

Article on BookHugger After reading and reviewing Aftercare Instructions, Gill Chedgey had some questions for debut author Bonnie ......
28 Apr

Gravity Well by Melanie Joosten

Review on BookHugger Without giving away the main incidents of the plot, I can only tell you that ...
28 Apr

YA: Aftercare Instructions by Bonnie Pipkin

Review on BookHugger A sunny day, a garden chair, a new book by a writer unfamiliar to me ...
27 Apr

The Pharmacist’s Wife by Vanessa Tait

Review on BookHugger My first instinct was to deride a comparison with Sarah Waters, whose work I love, ......
23 Apr

Women’s Prize for Fiction 2018 Shortlist Announced!

Article on BookHugger The shortlist for the 2018 Women’s Prize for Fiction, which aims “to celebrate excellence, originality ......
22 Apr

Young Anne by Dorothy Whipple

Review on BookHugger Young Anne by Persephone favourite Dorothy Whipple is one of the publishing house’s new titles for ......
21 Apr

Tomorrow by Elisabeth Russell Taylor

Review on BookHugger I very much enjoyed Elisabeth Russell Taylor’s short story collection, Belated, when I received a review ......
20 Apr

Paul Burke’s Top Ten Books vs. Films

Article on BookChap Which is best, the book or the film (or TV series)? People will debate different ...
20 Apr

AUDIO: Dear Mrs Bird by A.J. Pearce

Review on BookHugger Warm and funny wartime tale of writing, bravery and soldiering on. I’d class this as ......
20 Apr

The Gradual Disappearance of Jane Ashland by Nicolai Houm

Review on BookHugger Waking up alone in a tent on a mountainside in Norway, Jane Ashland is freezing, ...
20 Apr

Ike and Kay by James MacManus

Review on BookHugger This is a historical novel that is based on fact; Ike and Kay are Dwight ...
19 Apr

America Is Not the Heart by Elaine Castillo

Review on BookHugger This is certainly a difficult novel to describe or categorise. There’s a family saga and ......
19 Apr

In the Blink of an Eye by Ali Bacon

Review on BookHugger This fascinating and moving fictional biography is mainly set in Edinburgh at a time when ......
17 Apr

The Stranger by Kate Riordan

Review on BookHugger The tagline “In a house full of strangers, who can you trust?” is perfect for ......
10 Apr

Author meets Reviewer: Libby Page meets Jade Craddock

Article on BookHugger Jade Craddock: Your debut novel, The Lido, is, as the title suggests, set in a ...
10 Apr

The Illumination of Ursular Flight by Anna-Marie Crowhurst

Review on BookHugger This debut, coming of age, historical fictional book is set in 17th century England. It ......